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  1. Video for Former MAI Time host passes away
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    Former MAI Time host passes away

    Former Māori broadcaster Wiparata Ngātoko has passed away after a short battle with cancer. The 37-year-old was one of the pioneers of the youth show MAI Time, and a presenter at Te Reo Irirangi o Tauranga Moana.   

  2. Video for Māori broadcasters unite for future of industry
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    Māori broadcasters unite for future of industry

    The Māori media sector is banding together to ensure Māori content and language keeps pace with changes in the industry.  

  3. Video for Te Tumu Paeroa CEO appointed new chair of Māori Television
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    Te Tumu Paeroa CEO appointed new chair of Māori Television

    CEO of Te Tumu Paeroa has been named the new chair of the Māori Television Service replacing Hon Georgina te Heuheu DNZM QSO. 

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    Te Reo Pāpāho now available online

    Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision has launched Te Reo Pāpāho, a new exhibition that profiles the broadcasters who have championed te reo Māori on radio.  Senior Māori Curator Lawrence Wharerau told Te Kāea about the historical recordings and their value today.

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    Māori media under the lens by their own people

    Two Ngārimu VC scholarship recipients are putting the future of Māori media under a unique lens.

  6. Video for Top Māori programming up for honours at 2017 NZTV Awards
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    Top Māori programming up for honours at 2017 NZTV Awards

    The 2017 NZTV Awards is being held tonight at Auckland's Skycity with a wide range of top Māori programming as finalists.

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    TVNZ Māori commissioner role could be axed

    Questions are being raised about TVNZ's restructuring and whether it will affect the state broadcaster's Māori programming. Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei says she understands the broadcaster intends to get rid of the Māori commissioner role, meaning no Māori representative at the executive level. 

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    TAHUTA 2017: Hunt for the funding people

    $303.9mil from Budget 2017 will be allocated to support the continuation of New Zealand screen industry grants, both globally and domestically.  But Māori in the New Zealand screen industry say it's not enough.

  9. Video for A Māori broadcaster and a hero honoured at investitures
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    A Māori broadcaster and a hero honoured at investitures

    Today saw the beginning of investitures at Government House in Auckland for the people named in the New Year and Queen's Birthday honours lists. A number of Māori have been honoured including Reuben Collier.

  10. Video for Waka Huia stands strong 30 years on
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    Waka Huia stands strong 30 years on

    For thirty years Waka Huia has been capturing, promoting and preserving the most prized and personal stories from within Māori communities on the silver screen, and after thousands of episodes, it is still going strong.

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